Links referred to in the Bullying and Conflict book:
Page 9/13 - Useful Resources for the Classroom
www.lifeskills4kids.com/ - Life Skills (lesson plans).
www.teach-nology.com/ideas/bullying/ - A web portal for teachers. This site contains entries from teachers who have successfully implemented anti-bullying strategies in their classroom. A valuable resource to combat bullying behaviour.
http://kidshealth.org/parent/emotions/behavior/no_bullying.html- Information for parents and teachers concerned about children's bullying behaviour.
http://psychcentral.com/lib/how-do-we-stop-bullying-in-schools/ - How Do We Stop Bullying in Schools?
www.state.sc.us/dmh/schoolbased/bullying.htm - American site of Bullying Literature suitable for students.
www.disciplinehelp.com/ - Discipline Help. This informative website contains a wealth of information for educators. It highlights 117 specific misbehaviours that occur in the classroom. The behaviours are grouped into four main motivations for misbehaviour:
teacher2b.com/discipline/bullies.htm - Dealing with Classroom Bullies.
www.schoolskills.com/ - Terrific Teacher Tool Kit.
www.primaryteachers.org/ - Primary Teachers’ Nook
www.theteachersguide.com/ClassManagement.htm - Classroom Management.
Page 10/14 - Websites for Students
Families, Friends and Feelings
kotn.ntu.ac.uk/allabout/friends/index.cfm - Kids on the Net: A Celebration of Friendship.
Students can read what other children have written about friendship and are able to post their own ideas onto the website. Includes poems, stories and essays.Conflict
www.reachout.com.au - Reach Out!
www.kidshelp.com.au/ - This site provides support for a 24 hour telephone help line for kids - 1800 55 1800. Click on the Site Map at this site to find links to bullying websites.
http://www.kidshelpline.com.au/teens/get-info/hot-topics/bullying.php - Bullying information for kids.
www.kidscape.org.uk/ - Interesting site that has information on bullying, strategies for dealing with bullying and ideas about making friends. This site is written for the student audience.
www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/conflict/index.html - A Guide to Getting Along.
Websites for Teachers and Parentswww.ncab.org.au/ - National Coalition Against Bullying.
www.bullyingnoway.org.au - The Bullying. No way! Project
www.opendoors.com.au - OPEN DOORS Counselling and Education Services.
http://www.bullyonline.org/schoolbully/ - School Bully Online
http://kidshealth.org/parent/emotions/feelings/bullies.html - Bullying Information for Parents.
http://www.stopbullying.gov/what-you-can-do/parents/ - Bully Free Living. This site is aimed at parents and discusses the character traits needed to fend off bullies both at school, in the community and even as adults in the workplace.
teacher2b.com/discipline/bullies.htm - Dealing with Classroom Bullies. This site is created for the beginning teacher. Contains some useful tips and strategies for graduates who find themselves in tough classrooms. Also contains information on general classroom discipline strategies.
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